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Wharncliffe, Wortley, and the valley of the Don.

Smith, Theophilus sculptor.

Wharncliffe, Wortley, and the valley of the Don.

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Published by A. W. Bennett in London .
Written in English

  • Wharncliffe (England),
  • Wortley, Eng. (Yorkshire: Hallamshire div.),
  • Don River Valley (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Wharncliffe (England) -- Description,
    • Wortley, Eng. (Yorkshire: Hallamshire div.) -- Description,
    • Don River Valley (England)

    • Edition Notes

      One of the photographs is on added t.-p.

      StatementPhotographically illustrated by Theophilus Smith.
      LC ClassificationsDA690.W565 H6 1864
      The Physical Object
      Pagination5 p. l., 52 p.
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6945599M
      LC Control Number04025730

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You could even take a walk around the lovely Wortley Park and take a picnic or visit Wortley Hall for afternoon Tea. Whatever it is you want to do. Wharncliffe Estate is a “Must See” close to the M1 junction 35a/36 and within easy reach of both the busy market town of Penistone and Stocksbridge’s new Fox Valley Shopping Centre.

Memories of the Earl of Wharncliffe and Family. Norman Scholey has lived in Wortley all his life and worked as a farmer. This clip includes his childhood memories of playing with the Carlton, the last Earl of Wharncliffe to live in Wortley.

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A grandson of Prime Minister John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute, he held office under Sir Robert Peel as Lord Privy Seal between and and as Lord President of the Council between and Political party: Tory. Wharncliffe, Wortley and the Valley of the Don, photographically illustrated by Theophilus Smith, In Antique & Fine Art Auction.

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Folding map attached to verso of front cover provides bird's-eye view of the docks "owned and managed by the Southern Railway." Whilst the general condition is excellent it appears that some repair and modification has been carried out in one corner but without affecting the.

Richard Wortley, a Yankee from Maine, Joins Britain's Ruling Class as the New Earl of Wharncliffe this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility : William Plummer. the valley of the River Don to the Peak District moorlands beyond. The Barnsley Boundary Walk is made up of twelve short walks joined to form a continuous route some 73 miles Upper Don Trail, Wortley Wharncliffe Wood Wortley Station P P Wharncliffe Wood Wharncliffe Crags Wharncliffe Side Plank Gate PFile Size: 2MB.

3 Apr - History of the South Yorkshire village of Wortley, Wortley Hall & the Earl's of Wharncliffe. See more ideas about South yorkshire, History and Yorkshire pins. Whether this relates in any way to the Dragon of Wantley/Wortley I don't know. The valley below the Crags used to carry the now-defunct Trans-Pennine Railway Line (through the Woodhead Tunnel).

For the Forestry Commission's intentions in this area, see their news release # (). (Recto, mount) upper center, printed in faded gray ink: "Wharncliffe, / Wortley, / And the Valley of the Don." Center, below image within printed border, printed in faded gray ink: "Wharncliffe Lodge" Lower center, printed in faded gray ink: "Photographically Illustrated / by / Theophilus Smith.".

Wharncliffe was "quern-cliff", a name long associated with the vast estate of the ancient Wortley family. After the Don crossing we climbed feet through the frosty wood to the crest of the Author: Roger Redfern. Over 80 beautiful photographs that show the many sights of the Peak District Moors.

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MONTAGU-STUART-WORTLEY Adored daughter of THE 4th. EARL and COUNTESS OF WHARNCLIFFE. Born 15th. July died tragically March 8th. aged 21 years." Joanna was killed in a car crash.

Rowena married John Hunt in Information from web link - In the adjacent Wortley family area is an interesting Wortley headstone. This is a waymark. Today I had a trip to Wharncliffe Chase, having a poke around Wheata Wood beforehand.

The finch flock is still there and worth a look, standing at + Chaffinch, 60+ Linnet, 7 Yellowhammer, 2 Reed Bunting and at least 1 Brambling (although I suspect there’s more lurking in there).A Green Woodpecker yaffled away from the top of a tree, and other birds around included. The northern park, known as Lane Royd's Park, is used as a golf course.

The park appears to have been laid out c when James Archibald Stuart Wortley II, first Baron Wharncliffe, married and settled at Wortley.

W S Gilpin is said to have worked `in a Pricean spirit' at Wortley (Piebenga ) thought the extent of his work is not clear. The Wortley family have had a home on the site of Wortley Hall, probably since Norman times.

It was Sir Thomas Wortley that built the first lodge at the top of the crags inthere have been two other Wharncliffe Lodges since, the current structure being a Victorian rebuild.

Some features of the original lodge still remain. Table Rock, Theophilus Smith, c. - in or before albumen print, h mm × w 75mm More detailsMore details. Sketches on Egypt & in the Holy Land by the Right Honorable Lord Wharncliffe, taken during the year Contributor Names Wharncliffe, John Stuart-Wortley, Baron, Quality copies of pages from books or serials in P&P Case can generally be ordered through Library of Congress Duplication Services.

Unless photographic copies of an. books, Rate books (water), list of new properties, Rate produce book, Rate arrears book, - (Sheffield Archives: Acc. /) Wortley Rural Sanitary Authority, minutes, - (Sheffield Archives: CA) Maps of areas in Wortley Union and Wortley Rural District Council, - (Sheffield Archives: Acc.

/34). The Little Don Cycle Link is a joint project between Sheffield City Council, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, Derbyshire County Council and the Peak Park Authority.

The project will create a new off road cycle and pedestrian track linking northern Sheffield into the Peak Park via Wharncliffe Woods, Deepcar, Stocksbridge and Langsett.

A Wortley Village resident says speed cushions that were installed along Bruce Street between Wharncliffe Road and Wortley Road in have had the reverse effect for which they were intended Author: Travis Dolynny.

Hon. James Archibald Stuart-Wortley was born on 3 July 2 He was the son of James Archibald Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, 1st Baron Wharncliffe of Wortley and Lady Caroline Elizabeth Mary Crichton. 1,2 He married Hon. Jane Lawley, daughter of Paul Beilby Lawley-Thompson, 1st Baron Wenlock and Hon.

Caroline Neville, on 6 May 2 He died. The Wharncliffe Hours: a study of a 15th century prayerbook. by MANION, Margaret and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Wharncliffe Crags: | | ||| | The top of the crags with the Stocksbridge bypass in t World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

WHARNCLIFFE CRAGS, NEAR SHEFFIELD. in the Britain of the and If you bought your groceries at certain shops the retailer gave you stamps to stick in a book. Once you had collected enough you exchanged the books for gifts. Lady Rowena Stuart Wortley, the daughter of the fourth Earl of Wharncliffe at the Wortley Beer Festival Picture.

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From car parking opposite the church (grid ref. SK) in the centre of Wortley, walk down Park Avenue then bear right down The Flats lane. Continue on the track after going through the wrought iron gates into the Wharncliffe Estate.

Carry on for a mile until you reach Westwood Lodge at the junction with Carr Lane and Westwood Lane. Robert Halsband, The Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, 3 vols, Oxford, The Life of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Clarendon, Maynard Mack, Alexander Pope - A Life, Yale University Press, David Clarke, Strange South Yorkshire - Myth and Magic in the Valley of the Don, Sigma Leisure.

Obelisk to Lady Mary Wortley Montagu is a Grade II listed building in Stainborough, Barnsley, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.Current time in Wortley is now AM (Tuesday).The local timezone is named "Europe / London" with an UTC offset of 0 hours.

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